Zeitschriftenartikel (45)

2002
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Pernau, M. (2002). Female voices: Women writers in Hyderabad at the beginning of the twentieth century. Annual of Urdu Studies, 17, 36–54.
2000
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Pernau, M. (2000). Creation of a royal personality: The Yadgar-e silver jubilee of Mir Osman Ali Khan, Nizam of Hyderabad, 1936. Internationales Asien-Forum, 31, 255–273.
1999
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Pernau, M. (1999). Reaping the whirlwind: Nizam and the Khilafat movement. Economic and Political Weekly, 34(38), 2745–2751.
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Pernau, M. (1999). The end of seclusion: New studies on gender history in South Asia. Internationales Asien-Forum, 30, 359–379.
1998
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Pernau, M. (1998). "Celles qui n'ont pas écrit": Frauengeschichte zwischen Diskurs, Mentalität und Alltag. Francia, 25(3), 109–124.

Buch (9)

2019
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Gammerl, B., Nielsen, P., & Pernau, M. (Eds.). (2019). Encounters with emotions: Negotiating cultural differences since early modernity. Berghahn.
2018
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Rajamani, I., Pernau, M., & Butler Schofield, K. (Eds.). (2018). Monsoon feelings: A history of emotions in the rain. Niyogi Books.
2016
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Pernau, M., & Sachsenmaier, D. (Eds.). (2016). Global conceptual history: A Reader. Bloomsbury Academic.
2009
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Pernau, M., & Jaffery, Y. (Eds.). (2009). Information and the public sphere: Persian newsletters from Mughal Delhi. Oxford University Press.
2008
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Juneja, M., & Pernau, M. (Eds.). (2008). Religion und Grenzen in Indien und Deutschland: Auf dem Weg zu einer transnationalen Historiographie. V&R unipress.
2006
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Pernau, M. (Ed.). (2006). The Delhi College: Traditional elites, the colonial state, and education before 1857. Oxford University Press.
2005
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Hasan, M., & Pernau, M. (Eds.). (2005). Regionalizing Pan-Islamism: Documents on the Khilafat Movement. Manohar.
2003
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Andrews, C. F. (2003). Zaka Ullah of Delhi. (M. Hasan & M. Pernau, Eds.). Oxford University Press.
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Pernau, M., Ahmad, I., & Reifeld, H. (Eds.). (2003). Family and gender: Changing values in Germany and India. Sage.

Buchkapitel (39)

2022
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Pernau, M. (2022). Emotions, senses, and the perception of the self. In H. Fischer-Tiné & M. Framke (Eds.), Routledge handbook of the history of colonialism in South Asia (pp. 424–435). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429431012-39
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Pernau, M. (in press). Press, Urdu (1824-1970). In K. Fleet, G. Krämer, D. Matringe, J. Nawas, & E. Rowson (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Islam THREE. Brill.
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Pernau, M. (in press). Vernacularizing emotions: Mohammed Ali’s Comrade and Hamdard. In H. Harder & N. Zaidi (Eds.), Language ideologies and the 'vernacular' in colonial and postcolonial South Asia. Routledge.
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Pernau, M., & Rajamani, I. (in press). Traducciones emocionales: Historia conceptual más allá del lenguaje. In F. Torres (Ed.), Conceptos que hacen Historia: En torno a Reinhart Koselleck. Fondo de Cultura Económica.
2020
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Pernau, M. (2020). Anger, hurt and enthusiasm: Mobilising for violence, 1870-1920. In A. Blom & S. Tawa Lama-Rewal (Eds.), Emotions, mobilisations and South Asian politics (pp. 95–112). Routledge.
2019
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Gammerl, B., Nielsen, P., & Pernau, M. (2019). Introduction: Encountering feelings - feeling encounters. In B. Gammerl, P. Nielsen, & M. Pernau (Eds.), Encounters with emotions: Negotiating cultural differences since early modernity (pp. 1–35). Berghahn.
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